Cost- and time-saving alternative to manually processing and mailing paper transcripts — Use ETX to send EDI, XML or PDF transcripts!
Shorter time-to-exchange giving you greater control over the transcript exchange flow with your exchange partners
Near real-time delivery eliminating the time delay and potential loss of transcripts sent via a postal service
Vast ETX network allows you to exchange transcripts with schools and educational organizations across the nation
No multiple emails, no additional security features, and no expirations after downloads
Secure — meets industry and national file transfer protocols
No in-house technical support required
How ETX Works
Getting Set Up on ETX
As part of your ETX service agreement, you can elect to be set up as a “sender” and/or a “recipient.” You will also select the formats (EDI, XML, and/or ePDF) you want to use to send and/or receive files via ETX.
Our dedicated ETX Support team will help you set up your account for our Secure file transfer protocol (sFTP), the underlying technology that supports ETX, including providing the implementation documentation you will need.
You can set up multiple offices/departments to receive transcripts. Each department will receive a unique ETX identification number.
Exchanging Transcripts via ETX
All participating receiving schools are listed on the ETX Registry, along with their identification number and the file type(s) they accept.
Senders log on to their ETX secure account, upload the transcript file(s), and use the recipient’s unique ETX ID when sending files via ETX.
Each time a file is successfully uploaded to ETX, the sender receives a confirmation email.
Recipients receive an email whenever files are posted to their ETX account. The email contains a secure link to log on and retrieve the sent file(s).